Fire Door Surveys

Fire door surveys and inspections are critical to ensure all fire laws and regulations are met. They are one of the key fire compartmentation services offered at Adaston. With fire doors playing a key role in effective fire protection, you need a fire safety inspection to ensure they’re in good working order. A defunct fire door risks breaching your passive fire protection system.

Adaston is third party accredited through the FIRAS and FDIS scheme to undertake fire door surveys, restore and install new fire doors and frames. Our skilled team is highly experienced at working on all types of fire doors nationwide, including in healthcare settings, multi-storey residential, schools and student accommodation.

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Adaston Fire Door Team Completing Fire Door Inspection

Fire Door Inspection

An Adaston fire door inspection is tailored to your specific needs and identifies any areas of non-compliance. We then work with stakeholders to establish and implement a cost-effective solution to ensure the building is compliant and offers maximum safety.

We offer first time fire door inspections that may occur as a result of a fire risk assessment, as well as ongoing routine fire inspections. BS9999 recommends a fire door inspection every six months, although this is a general guide. Fire doors in some settings, such as schools and hospitals, withstand a considerable amount of wear and tear, so they may need more frequent attention.

It is your responsibility to arrange adequate inspections and maintenance. Thankfully, the team at Adaston is here to help with all of your fire door installation and maintenance needs.

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FIRE SURVEYS

Following on from fire surveys, we can provide you with fire door passports for the ultimate peace of mind. A passport records all works in one place and is ideal for clients wanting to electronically document planned preventative maintenance (PPMs), have an audit trail of inspections and any remediation performed on doors.

At the start of the process all details of each respective door are added to the system, including when the door was installed and the specification. This can be used to guide lifecycle planning for the replacement of doors, PPM schedules and contains a full history of all work performed on a fire door throughout its life.

With years of experience, you can trust Adaston to offer high-quality fire surveys and passive fire protection systems.

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Our Process

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01

Planning

Scope of works and deliverables agreed • Full fire strategy of the building and details of the current doorsets provided by the client • Deadlines and timetable agreed, including any out of hours work required

02

Implementation

Work as agreed in the scope is coordinated and performed • This will be delivered by our in house fire door team accredited by FIRAS and FDIS, enhanced DBS cleared and insured

03

Completion

Finalise and issue our tailored report detailing findings from the scope of works • Adaston advise on next steps if required and provide continued support

Fire Door Passport

As part of the fire door inspection process Adaston can create electronic passports for each fire door to ensure all works are documented in one place and there is complete transparency between all parties. This is ideal for clients wanting to electronically document planned preventative maintenance (PPMs), have an audit trail of inspections and any remediation performed on doors.

At the start of the process all details of each respective door are added to the system, including when the door was installed and the specification. This can be used to guide lifecycle planning for the replacement of doors, PPM schedules and contains a full history of all work performed on a fire door throughout its life.

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